GoPro and Google have joined forces to create a Virtual Reality camera rig with 16 GoPro HERO4 cameras. It’s called Jump. It can transform 16 pieces of video into one stereoscopic 360 degree VR video. The 360 degree camera array allows all 16 cameras to act as one. This makes camera syncing easy, and includes features like shared settings and frame-level synchronization. Google is asking filmmakers, journalists, and producers to test the hardware. YouTube is planning to showcase the VR videos.
They want applicants to describe the ideas that they have for the system. Go to this Google Document to apply. As Tech Crunch says think of it like an arts grant. Expect a lot of competition. You could share your great idea on Google Cardboard, the DIY Virtual Reality Headset.
Sometimes simple is better. This is the kind of business video you could do for your clients. It’s effective and relatively easy to produce. There’s no fancy graphics or After Effects work. A simple sound track with VO and one instrument music. Most of the lighting was available light. But just because the video seems […]Read More
GoPro HERO4 Session Camera Price Cut From $399 to $199 The GoPro HERO4 Session Camera is the smallest, lightest GoPro yet. It features easy one-button control to power up and capture videos or stills with one press. The camera captures 1080p60; 720p100; and 1440p30 video. This camera is waterproof down to 33 feet so it […]Read More
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